Celebrating an icon: 90 years of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge captured the imagination of Australians as a symbol of modernity and ingenuity when it opened 90 years ago, on 19 March 1932...
The row of a lifetime
Louis Hugh-Jones and three of his North Shore friends turned a crazy pub idea into a reality, rowing across the Atlantic and raising almost $200,000 for charity along the way...
Moving mountains for local wildlife
It’s not every day that six 19 to 20-year-olds decide to take it upon themselves to trek through the Australian Alps to raise money for local wildlife rescuers...
Local literacy icon
Manly’s multi-award-winning author, Belinda Murrell, is striving to create a positive space for young writers, helping them find their creative voice...
Manly by tram
Although travel to Manly is indelibly associated with the ferry, in the period from 1911 to 1939 you could also arrive by tram.
‘A tangible impact’
North Shore Living caught up with local tech entrepreneur, mentor, taekwondo instructor, community advocate and NSW Woman of the Year nominee, Emily Bobis...
Keeping angels on earth
Bayview’s Samantha Hollier-James is a charity powerhouse, founder, community leader and finalist for NSW Community Hero of the Year 2022...
The slope to glory
What’s evident upon sitting down to chat with three-time Winter Olympian Sami Kennedy-Sim is she’s a Warringah girl through and through...
Old uniforms drive sustainable future
Chatswood local Annie Thompson is the founder of ‘Worn Up’, a North Shore business focused on upcycling non-wearable school uniforms and old items of clothing, so they live on and don’t end up rotting in landfill...
Giving toys a new lease on life
Terry Cook is the president of Peninsula Senior Citizens Toy Repair Group, an Ingleside-based volunteer organisation that takes old toys, puzzles and games and gives them a new life, saving them from landfill in the proc

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